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Category Archives: Sculpture
Could the Chinese artist, Cai Guo-Qiang be the originator of the look and visual idea of Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red?
Bola Adamolekun’s Gele hut is a fusion of nods to Africa, womanhood, fashion and architecture. We know what a hut is. But what is “(a) gele”? Well it is often said that a “woman’s crowning glory is her hair” or … Continue reading
Of course the Saatchi gallery has long existed, but I have only got round to visiting it. The over-zealous Saatchi PR machine achieved the opposite of what it was supposed to and built up an adverse and resistance in me. … Continue reading
Des Hughes’ Endless Endless 2010 intriguingly defies visual definition. And that is what draws you to it!